Same Voice, Different Character and Vice Versa

January 7, 2011

Now, as there are very few good voice talents out there, it is natural that some voice actors are reused. There are cases where they are able to change their voice so much that they sound completely different, but still deliver perfect dialogue.

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Actar’s Reviews 159: Lancelot Albion Composite Version Ka

July 23, 2010

Bandai’s latest Code Geass related offering is a Lancelot Albion in their brand new Composite Version Ka figure. Already having a stellar Robot Damashii counterpart, how will this figure fair?

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Golden White Glory

July 16, 2010

Aside from a number of minor QC issues, this thing is pretty sweet.


Actar’s Reviews 151: Guren SEITEN VS Lancelot Albion Energy Wing Hyper Set

May 9, 2010

The two greatest Robot Damashii Figures just got better. Released as a Tamashii Web Exclusive, the Energy Wing Hyper Accessory Set provides you with some crucial parts that adds a whole new level of awesomeness to these figures and allow you to re-create some amazing and magnificent poses from the show itself.

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SEITEN X Albion

December 15, 2009

While shooting the title card for Episode 131 of Actar’s Reviews, I decided to recreate some of the epic battle scenes between the Lancelot and the Guren to see how poseable the figures were. Enjoy! (I suppose there will be show spoilers, kinda.)

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Actar’s Reviews 131: Robot Damashii Guren SEITEN

December 14, 2009

The fist ever Ninth Generation Knightmare Frame to be introduced in the series, the Guren Superlative Extruder Interlocked Technology Exclusive Nexus (SEITEN) Eight Elements Type, is also the most powerful Knightmare Frame in the series. Finally, the long wait is over as the Guren SEITEN get’s the figure treatment in the latest installment in the Code Geass Robot Damashii Figure Series.

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Actar’s Acquisitions (July 01)

July 12, 2009

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See the clever alliteration in the title? (^.^) I think the name is pretty nifty.

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